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Above, Mucho Taco's Mucho Nachos — a heaping portion of nachos came with ground beef, refried beans, queso, sour cream, tomatoes and a jalapenos piled on top of tortilla chips — and two Mucho Tacos, which comes with ground beef, lettuce, sour cream and tomatoes. Daily Record photo by Nick Castillo

Foodie Friday: Mucho Taco

Eat at Mucho Taco and save mucho dinero. 

That’s what we did this Foodie Friday. We stopped at the local fast-food Mexican spot off Interstate 35 to sample what Mucho Taco had to offer.

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Above, Wimberley Cafe's homestyle burger, which comes with a 6-ounce Angus beef patty with lettuce, tomatoes, onions and pickles with mayo and mustard. Below, Wimberley Cafe's Turkey Avocado BLT with a side of fried okra. Daily Record photos by Nick Castillo & Lance Winter

Foodie Friday: Wimberley Cafe

In an effort to knock out two birds with one stone, we headed out to Wimberley for Foodie Friday this week. 

Installation and immersive film ‘The Plastic Bag Store’ to take over Blue Genie Art Bazaar through April 17

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Installation and immersive film ‘The Plastic Bag Store’ to take over Blue Genie Art Bazaar through April 17

Award-winning puppet artist, director, and filmmaker Robin Frohardt will install her acclaimed work The Plastic Bag Store at the Blue Genie Art Bazaar April 17. The art installation and immersive film experience is presented by Texas Performing Arts as part of its 40th Anniversary Season. One-hour performances will run multiple times per day Wednesdays through Sundays.

Exploring Nature
Exploring Nature

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EXPLORING NATURE: SPARROWS

Tiring of my usual backyard birds such as black-crested titmice, Carolina wrens and northern cardinals, I traipsed over to the Patsy Glenn Refuge one recent afternoon and walked to a bird blind at the back of the property. Multiple seed feeders and a water feature make this blind a real magnet for birds.

Michael Reilly: Puppet Master for Disney’s ‘The Lion King’

Behind the scenes king Michael Reilly with some of the puppet masks for Disney’s “The Lion King.” Photo by Selena Moshell

Michael Reilly: Puppet Master for Disney’s ‘The Lion King’

Sure, Mufasa may reign on the stage of Disney’s “The Lion King,” but Michael Reilly is the master of all he surveys. As puppet supervisor for the touring company of “The Lion King” for 10 years, his kingdom is comprised of over 200 different types of puppets, with a dedicated crew of 49 to bring those animals to life.

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